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Code and data for the research paper Do You See What I See: Differential Treatment of Anonymous Users.
ooni-tor-blocks.tar.gz is a snapshot of the OONI analysis code as it existed at the time the paper was published. OONI has since changed their data format. For more current code, clone the Git repository at
ooni-reports.tar contains the compressed OONI http_requests reports. They are in YAML format and were originally downloaded from http://api.ooni.io/, which no longer exists as of 2016-05-05. Currently, new measurements (in JSON format) are found at https://measurements.ooni.torproject.org/.
blocks.tar.xz contains the --save-blocks output of the findblocks program from ooni-tor-blocks. It is the HTTP responses (including header) of all fetches that were considered blocks.
exit-age.tar.gz and exit-probability.tar.gz generate the files exit-age.csv.xz and exit-probability.csv.xz respectively. To run them, you will need to download data files from https://collector.torproject.org/.
ndss-l7-data.zip contains the blocks detected by scanning all of the Alexa top 1k through all Tor exits. ndss-l7-data-unabridged.tar.xz contains the even the non-blocked page responses and is much larger. l7_exitmap.tar.gz has our modified version of exitmap. There is a Git repository of l7_exitmap available through
git clone -b l7_tor_limits https://www.bamsoftware.com/git/exitmap.git.
Code and data are also available through the DOI 10.5522/00/5.
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